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8GB microSDHC Card Works as EXT2, But Not FAT32

I have a Kingston 8GB microSDHC Card (Class 4) that was originally used in a digital camera. After a while, it failed to work in the digital camera and fails on Windows computers. It seems to work sometimes on Windows Mobile 6, but the result is inconsistent from one file to another.

Now that I've formatted it to EXT2, it seems to work without a problem on SuSE Linux 9. It also works with fuse-ext2 on Mac OS X.

Anyone care to take a wild guess at what's wrong with this card?

Chieh Cheng
Thu, 08 Apr 2010 19:47:54 +0000

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